Tressel hints at Joe, Pittman getting increased time at Northwestern: “Heading into Saturday’s Big Ten opener at Northwestern, the Buckeyes have a lot of positives going for them.”
RIM releases new BlackBerry in U.S., European markets: “The new model of Research In Motion’s popular BlackBerry e-mail device includes a quad-band phone and Bluetooth.”
(Via CNET News.com (20 stories).)
U2 : EXCLUSIVE! Download Vertigo Now! Plus Exclusive Live Video!: “Visit U2.com
From today fans can download U2’s new single Vertigo – and catch a clip of the band performing the track live.
The download of Vertigo is available from iTunes in the US and the UK.
Please select your store: US UK
Please check back soon for a list of all iTunes stores and other national and international digital download stores where you can download Vertigo.
Not only that but this!
We had our cameras in the Dublin recording studio recently when (…)”
(Via U2 WORLD NEWS.)
EWeek Details Linux to Windows Migration: “nakhla writes “Even though we always hear stories of companies migrating from Windows to Linux, eWeek is running a story describing several companies that have migrated from Linux to Windows. Among their reasons are inadequate support options, application compatibility issues, stability problems, and the added cost of troubleshooting.”"
Source : RTE
’How To Dismantle an Atomic Bomb’ is the name of the new U2 album, as revealed on the official U2 website.
The follow-up to 2000’s ’All That You Can’t Leave Behind’ will be released on 22 November.
The album was produced by Steve Lillywhite, the producer of U2’s first three albums, with Flood, Jacknife Lee, Nellee Hooper and Chris Thomas.
The first single from the album is ’Vertigo’ and will be released on 8 November.
The band plan to take the album on tour in (…) [U2 WORLD NEWS]
js7a writes “Colorado State University’s Rocky Mountain Collegian reports that, “as of June [the price of wind power] dropped to 1 cent per kwh.” Even without further expected improvements in turbine technology, the U.S. would now need to use less than 3% of its farmland to get 95% of its electricity demand satisfied by wind power. Plus, wind power is the only mitigation of global warming, because if the whole world converted to wind power in 15 years, the amount of power being extracted from the atmosphere would be more than the increase in greenhouse gas atmospheric energy forcing since 1600. Don’t say goodbye to coal and oil, yet, though; unless cell technology increases substantially, when we run out of oil we will convert coal to synthetic fuel.” [Slashdot]
Xerox is saying goodbye to an old slogan as it moves beyond “The Document Company,” to include technology and consulting. [New York Times: Technology]